CANADA'S ONLINE SOURCE FOR VISUAL ART INFORMATION
SUBSCRIBE TO AKIMBO     //     LOGIN
akimbo
app
 
ABOUT AKIMBO     //     CONTACT US
  • 05
  • 6
  • 7
THE NEXT 7 DAYS:     EVENTS (18)     +     OPENINGS (12)     +     DEADLINES (10)     +     CLOSINGS (10)
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
copyright ©2018
Call for Submissions
VENUE :
CITY :
TYPE :
DAYS :

back [+]

image


King Family Bursary

The Georgian Bay Land Trust is now accepting applications for two $3,500 bursaries to support projects which promote knowledge or appreciation of the eastern shore of Georgian Bay or the North Channel. Projects may focus on the environment, history, communities, and/or culture of the region, and applications are open to artists, scientists, authors, academics, musicians, or anyone with a project to propose.

The King Family Bursary is supported by the Wally & Marilyn King Family Fund and John Hartman.

Applications are due by February 5th, 2018. Please see below for further details.


The Georgian Bay Land Trust

We are a registered charity dedicated to preserving wilderness on the eastern shore of Georgian Bay and the North Channel. We protect 55 properties of ecological, geological, and historical importance from Port Severn to the North Channel, and assist in the stewardship of many more. We are also committed to increasing environmental awareness through educational events and programs aimed at children and adults. For more information please visit gblt.org.


Bursary Requirements

Applicants must be of the age of majority in the province/state in which they reside. Georgian Bay Land Trust staff, board, advisors and bursary jurors may not apply.

Award amount – two bursaries each $3,500
Application deadline – February 5, 2018
Announcement of winners – March 30, 2018
Deadline for project completion – June 1, 2019

*Please note that accommodations on Georgian Bay are not included in the bursary – winners must have or arrange their own accommodations if necessary to complete their project.

The GBLT will:

  1. Provide $3,500 to support the project
  2. Recognize the winners in a media release
  3. Help arrange the project presentation to the GBLT audience

Bursary winners will:

  1. Complete their project by June 1, 2019
  2. Present their project publicly for the GBLT audience in the summer of 2019


For more information about the bursary, including an application form and a list of past winners, visit gblt.org/bursaries.

If you have any questions or would like more information, contact Sarah at (416) 440-1519 x102 or sarah.koetsier@gblt.org.


logo

Georgian Bay Land Trust
120 Eglinton Ave. E. Suite 1000
Toronto, ON  M4P 1E2
gblt.org | info@gblt.org
(416) 440-1519